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What are the ethics of giving back money that doesn’t belong...

Kate Padgett Walsh, Iowa State University In Monopoly, a player who draws the card that says “BANK ERROR IN...

Should there be a limit on how much debt a young...

Paul Schofield, Bates College Young Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 owe over US$1 trillion in student...

Should there be a limit on how much debt a young...

Paul Schofield, Bates College Young Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 owe over US$1 trillion in student...

The morality of canceling student debt

Kate Padgett Walsh, Iowa State University President-elect Joe Biden promised to forgive at least some student debt during his campaign, and he now supports immediately...

Everyday ethics: Should I be taking unemployment insurance?

Lee McIntyre, Boston University A lot of people are facing ethical decisions about their daily life as a result of the coronavirus. Ethicist Lee McIntyre...

How to stay honest this tax season

Christian B. Miller, Wake Forest University As Americans begrudgingly work through their taxes this year, many could be facing a moral struggle about whether to...

Do you have a moral duty to pay taxes?

Brookes Brown, Clemson University It’s tax season. Americans will pay an average of US$10,489 in personal taxes – about 14 percent of the...

How to stay honest this tax season

Christian B. Miller, Wake Forest University As Americans begrudgingly work through their taxes this year, many could be facing a moral struggle about whether to...

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3 moral reasons why parents need to get their children vaccinated...

Joel Michael Reynolds, University of Massachusetts Lowell The U.S. hit a terrible and entirely preventable milestone this week: Measles cases are at a 25-year high....